How can I get the names of all folders and subfolders?

Hello

How can I get the names of all folders and subfolders?
I tried

Directory.GetDirectories(all_folder_path) - But finds only one folder

Directory.GetDirectories(all_folder_path , "" , SearchOption.AllDirectories)
and if so does not find anything

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I am hope for your help
Thank’s

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@Aibek_Abubakirov Have you tried the Expression in this way :
Directory.GetDirectories(all_folder_path,"*.*",SearchOption.AllDirectories)

This worked for me

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tried, finds only one folder, but does not find subfolders

@Aibek_Abubakirov Strange :thinking:, Worked for me quite well

Can you show the XAML file?

@Aibek_Abubakirov It is just the Expression in an Assign Statement, and I’m using For Each to iterate over the List of Files retrieved by the Expression. Even if I provide the xaml, I don’ think it will be of use :sweat_smile:

How can I get the names of all folders and subfolders?

@Aibek_Abubakirov Check this workflow :
GetFoldersAndSubFolders.xaml (5.8 KB)

Provide your Path name in the Expression and Check if it gives the Output.

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I checked,
the problem was in the path of the folder, I was in the network folder

thanks a lot

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